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    September 4, 2012
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urged not to put a -- anything of importance in writing because all records are subject to being subpoenaed. i am aware that many records have been destroyed. as for the allegations, she says it was degrading to be the subject of sexual talk. the public thought i was the woman in the backseat of a car in the nordstrom parking lot. he was aware i had done some modeling and ask to look at my photos. he wanted me to show him photos of me in a bathing suit. i did so. the nordstrom incident first revealed questioned about his behavior. she describes him as a flirty and repeats the story that he used binoculars to spot attractive women coming into the office building. her affidavit is provided to the court.
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>> thank you. the details tonight in the case of a high school shooting. the suspected gunman, robert gladden, has been indicted a related to the shooting of a classmate. prosecutors say that among those accounts are nine counts of attempted murder. he has been charged as an adult. he is accused of bringing a gun to school in a book bag and opening fire in the cafeteria, striking a 17-year-old in the process. he has been upgraded from critical to serious condition. it has been one week and one day since the chaotic first day of class. officials say they are trying to move forward. tim two is live where he hadn't conversation with the principle.
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-- where he had a conversation with the principal. >> there has been an attitude of getting past what happened. there was a meeting going on at that meeting will take place tonight at the high-school auditorium. we know the board of education and others will get the meeting. it has gone out to have everyone come in and share their views. clearly, it is the school's principal who will have to share about what took place. how the community can hill from situations it has dealt with last monday. i did not see as much as security today. i am sure counselors are available as they were last week. again, it is the principal who will be at center stage tonight. the healing is starting to take
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place. a little more than a week after the tragedy. >> what has the atmosphere been like? >> the atmosphere is positive but realistic. i think we recognize we went through a traumatic event that has only happened in a small handful of schools. >> how are you processing this and your staff and the students? >> my message has been consistent. we hope tomorrow is better than today. if we work with the kids, as we need help, and support, it is there and we take advantage of it. but tomorrow we fill a little bit better than we felt today. >> have you played this over in terms of what you could have done? >> the plan worked well. the kids got out safely. the children went home. all of them are alive, which is
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the most important thing. i note not if it is what all of us are asking, what if i were there. what could i have done to help? >> roberts says he knows he can count on even more support from the community. >> something -- >> i cannot say enough about the community. from minutes after it happened, i was receiving messages and no sang, we are there for you. these are e-mails from students, faith-based organizations, the government. >> george roberts here at the high school. the meeting will start again at 6:00 p.m. at the high school auditorium. wbal tv 11 news. >> a labor day cookout went wrong. a man shot to death while grilling hamburgers. that is part of a disturbing
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surge in violence. >> 10 people have been sought and four -- shot and four of them have been killed. >> we have counted half a dozen shootings ending just after 3:00 this morning. most of them in the eastern section of the city. thes get to bury sims in city headquarters. residents and officials are concerned about this recent uptick in violence. >> they are. we talked to police a while ago when they do not believe there is any connection in the cases. they tell us there was a shooting and that involved in other crime. the victim tried to stop a robbery. they say that some of the other cases involved in drugs. bullets fly in the 27 a -- 27 and for block. >> officers responded to the scene and they found the mail. suffering from one gunshot wound to his body.
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>> the man is rushed to the hospital but does not survive. gunfire claims his life in the lives of three others. along with investigating the murder, police are seeking answers in a dull shooting on that south eaton street. another fatal where the 25-year- old victim died from a wound to the head. >> i heard the glass break and i am standing here. >> use those -- she shows how she was trying to lock the door. she was barely missed. many shots were fired at the intersection. >> after i heard a number of people screaming, i assumed one plus one equals two. >> the girl, with meat on the sidewalk, utensils cost to the ground as people began to flee.
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a 19 year-old man is dead. two other people are recovering after being hit by cars as they try to get away from the bullets. she says she knew the young man was killed. >> i do not know why somebody would do this. >> another friend decided to start and a memorial. he does not understand the violence. >> be careful wherever you go. you are still in baltimore city. they're trying to keep the crime down. i do not know. some people do not get it. >> after some -- police say that the homicide and criminal investigations are working jointly and there will be an increased presence of police officers in the east, southeast, and northeast sections of baltimore.
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>> muggy weather is generating the storms and showers. the pattern will hold for another couple of days. a shower has popped up out of anne arundel county. that will strike through the downtown baltimore area in the next 30 minutes on its way to the north. there are other shadows around -- showers around. in southern pennsylvania, some lightning strikes there. also in the eastern part of the northern delaware, those locations not a direct threat to baltimore but we will see showers throughout the evening and probably during the overnight. most of this week we will have to contend with warm conditions. you can check the complete forecast coming up in a few minutes. >> opening night in north
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carolina as democrats kick off their national convention. the proceedings were called to order in the last few minutes. we have team coverage with steve handelsman. let's get things started. >> good afternoon from charlotte, north carolina, the democratic national convention, where the effort begins to try to fire up democratic voters and independence. despite the lack of fire reported today in the economy. on his way to the convention president obama into a rally. he did not mention today's bad economic news. factory activity down for a third straight month. construction spending is down. more needs to be done. >> on thursday night that will offer what i believe is a better path forward. creating jobs, good jobs. >> and obama goal is to get voter groups we-fired up and
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ready to go. in last month's poll, 52% of young voters, 49% of latinos said they are enthusiastic about the election. 20 points lower than last time. democrats hope michelle obama can help tonight, urging a big turnout. >> it is our responsibility at whatever age to exercise their rights that people before us fought for us to have. >> i am going to be home watching it with our gross. i am going to try to not let them see their dad cry. because when she starts talking, i get misty. >> mitt romney's running mate continued his counter dnc tour. >> after four years of runaround, what america needs is
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a turnaround. >> back in charlotte, there is heavy security. some demonstrations with the convention getting started. one hour will be broadcast tonight. michelle obama's speech and the keynote address by san antonio mayor julian castor, who will urge a big hispanic turnout. wbal tv 11 news. back to you. >> martin o'malley is scheduled to address the convention ted 10:00 tonight. >> it is just a few minutes. 10:00 is prime time. it will be televised. and of course that is been prompting buzz about his presidential ambitions. he is considered by many a rising star in the democratic party. have you heard any talk about a possible run in four years?
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>> there certainly is speculation in charlotte that has followed him all the way from the state of maryland. some people talking about it. he is getting some bugs. of course the governor, however, is saying that the attention needs to be focused on nominating the president. 2016 is not something he is focused on. >> he will not have a lot of time at the podium. any idea what he is going to talk about in that time that he does that? >> he is likely to stick closely to the same speeches we are hearing from prominent democrats from the president and his campaign, this message of the building economic security from the middle out. we have been hearing this same refrain for a number of weeks. he is also likely to try to crystallize the choice that
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voters are facing in this election. >> sali from charlotte, north carolina. >> you can catch her full reports tonight at 6:00 as we keep our eyes on the party platform for delegates. and you could stay with us for coverage of the convention as party leader set the stage for november 2012 at the wbal- tv.com. we have all the details. >> bomb squad crews and firefighters search evacuated homes. >> how police have identified the source of the mysterious older that prompted concerns of a possible meth lab. >> i picked her up and i felt like she was on fire. she had 106.1. >> his daughter had contracted west nile virus. what to watch out
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>> breaking news right now. an accident has shut down hanover street. what happened?
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>> that looks like three vehicles involved in a crash. right underneath the 895 the bridge on hanover street. it has shut down northbound and southbound lanes wide police to deal with this crash. we see traffic. we hope to have this cleared up with the next 15 or 20 minutes. >> tonight we know the source of a suspicious odor. enginre starter fluid. they had been been pouring it into mountain dew bottles and selling it off as inhalants. it gave us such a stance that bomb squad crews were called to the scene. there were concerned about a possible meth lab. they had not uncovered any drug making materials. eventually anyway -- everyone was allowed to be back to their
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homes. police are identifying the men involved as justin and carl. jury deliberations are under way in the two man accused of a holiday season murder. frank williams and william are charged in the shooting death of rodney outside of the mall in december of last year. one of the most shocking developments, testimony that alleges they were members of the black guerrilla family game. deliberations got started this afternoon. we will bring you any late breaking developments. >> in tonight's medical alerts, millions of americans have high blood pressure that is not under control. that is true for about half of the 67 million american adults who have hypertension and with the cost of blood -- but pressure at $130 million, that
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statistic has worried cardiologists because that is the same number 20 years ago. it is a major red flag and doctors say patients must be more aggressive about getting their blood pressure down to a healthy level. a baby with a fever with 106 would frighten any parent. that is what happened to someone who had been bitten by mosquitoes and tested positive for west nile by this. we spoke with the parents as she recovered. >> he likes to play and run, she is running back and forth. >> she is full of energy but a few weeks ago she was not running around the living room and not feeling well. >> i picked her up and she felt like she was on fire. i took her temperature and she had 106.1.
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>> her parents took her to the doctor. >> she had a couple of mosquito bites on her face. when we were in there, maybe she had west nile virus. >> it turns out she tested positive. that is not what made her sick. doctors said she had had it at some point but this fever was a result of a different virus. >> even though she had -- did not have a comment she did have it in the past. >> it was shocking to know that she had it and had gone through it. >> they do not know when she got it. >> we expected for us to have realized that but she never had any symptoms. >> we will continue to say -- take the same precautions, and they have a message for parents. >> we did not even know she had
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it. >> doctors say most people who get west nile who do not have health conditions may not display any symptoms. which appears to have been the case with baby libya. >> now your insta-weather plus forecast with tom tasselmyer. >> more wet weather coming for some areas. this is the shower we saw a few minutes ago from the south making its way north through the city. it will move toward the eastern part of baltimore county as well on track to northeast. note lightning strikes associated with it but there could be a rumble of thunder. it looks like it is to the south and all of these have been moving slowly to northeast. the bigger storm is more lightning in pennsylvania and parts of new jersey south of the
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philadelphia area. these will be in our region into the early morning. cannot rule out a passing shower. we are entrenched in a tropical air my -- air mass. 86 at the airport. 86 at chris field and feeling like the summer with the humidity. those numbers are way up in the 70's. 75 at the naval academy. that is a measure of how much moisture is in the atmosphere. it will be monday overnight. overnight lows of 67-75. the remnants of isaac push this into the a atlantic and it is slow to be pushed out of here. we'll have to wait for the next front to clear things out and we will enhance their chances for thunders and storms and we'll have to dodge a couple of showers. 84-89 tomorrow.
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that is warmer than the normal. scattered thunderstorms, sunrise at 6:39. the wind out of the southwest at about 5-10 miles an hour. on the bay it will be brisk. small custom -- small craft advisory is up. they will diminish in the afternoon. in the mountains, high temperatures of 78. a couple of hit and miss thunderstorms as well. the eastern shore, hot and steamy weather continues. down that coast, the temperature is in the low-80's. a 40% chance of showers the next few days. the mostding toward active part of the season. we have most activity and sure enough we have two storms with a 65 mile an hour winds and tropical storm michael. mykola smaller. it looks like it will stay into
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the it planted. leslie could cause some problems for bermuda by the time we get to sunday afternoon. all of those are staying far from the united states for now. warm and muggy tomorrow. 86. 90 on thursday and friday. the weekend features more scattered showers and thunderstorms with highs in the's. >> still ahead, a man is found shot in his home. >> police think it is a case of burglary. we will have the details at 5:30. >> this system cuts energy costs. i have details of the
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>> this new system is cleaner and more energy-efficient and it will save the company thousands of dollars by using salt water. kim has the details. >> it is the only grocery store
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in the city to have one of these, and air conditioning unit that runs using a saltwater solution. >> the assault absorbs water. we know that in our own kitchens. as everyone knows the water, the air from the air, that is filtering the air is blown back into the store. >> the system was installed this spring. they still use one regular unit for the front of the store. this new air-conditioner is for the produce or frozen sections. where the hot summers took their toll. >> items in our meat case were affected by humidity. and are frozen food items were compromised. >> it does a better job of removing committee from the air. keeping the food from getting freezer burn. >> because we have less humidity that is being drawn into our
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cases, we can reduce the number of cycles. >> the system recycles the solution and uses very little energy. she estimates they will save $35,000 a year. not to mention the money they will save on food spoilage. that means the system will pay for itself the first year. >> we are looking to enhance the system but at this point we are looking for years and years for the system to be in place. >> she said she would like to replace all of their units with these machines to save more money and the environment. >> i want one. >> can we get them for the house? >> a detailed book is out. describing the mission that killed osama bin laden. >> the pentagon is threatening to shut it down. >> i am sheldon dutes where hundreds are expected to gather
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for a candlelight vigil to
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>> live, local, late breaking. wbal tv 11 news at 5:00 p.m. with donna hamilton, your forecast with tom tasselmyer, and sky team 11 covering breaking news where you live. wbal tv 11 news at 5:00 p.m. continues now. >> a woman gunned down during the weekend is being remembered tonight.
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larella amos was in the front yard of a house party early saturday morning when she was shot and killed. >> she was in the wrong place at the wrong time. her family and friends are gathering and asking to remember her. children do has -- sheldon dutes joins us with the details. >> she graduated in 2008 and this is worth 200 people are expected to gather for a candlelight vigil to celebrate her life and to comfort each other. we have learned a lot about this woman. the 22-year-old was engaged to be married. the phone and she says that she was loved by those who knew her. her death this senseless and she was not the intended target of the bullet that hit her. she was walking home from a family get together around 2:00
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a.m. sunday morning when gunshots were fired nearby. >> i know to this day unless they are out here, they do not know what they did. they think i just shot a gun and i scared a few people. someone is gone. someone is no longer here. i can put any amount of money on that. it was not the person you're trying to go for. >> the candlelight vigil begins tonight. heard the man and a killer is on the run. police are asking with anyone with information to give them a call. sheldon dutes, wbal tv 11 news. >> here is a look at some of our other top stories. of violent nightcaps the labor day weekend with police investigating a dozen shootings. they claimed the lives of four people. the latest happened this
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morning. police say 10 people were shot starting around 11 o'clock 45 yesterday morning. -- 11:45 yesterday morning. at this hour, details are sketchy but we know what happened on fifth avenue just after 10:30 sunday. officers were called to the scene around that time to investigate the shooting and that is when they found the man inside suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. he was taken to shock trauma. martin o'malley takes the national spotlight tonight. the governor is among the headliners opening the convention. he and the delegation are gearing up for the convention in north carolina and you can catch the speech tonight at 10:00 right here on wbal tv 11.
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>> the mission that killed osama bin laden hit shelves today. even before it was released, it had topped the best-seller list. daniel joins us from capitol hill with why it has the pentagon threatening legal action. >> after hours on the shelves, bookstore employees were already restocking the tell all about the operation that killed osama bin laden. he is not surprised by the instant success of "no easy date." -- easy day." >> it is classified information that only a few people have. >> the pentagon says it should have allowed the department to pre-screen the book. >> it is the height of irresponsibility not to have
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this kind of material checked for possible disclosure of classified information. >> experts fear it could put servicemen in danger. >> the special operations units , they do not want their faces or names known. they do not want their techniques understood. >> while the pentagon considers legal action, those details are making their hands into readers. >> i would like to what -- know what motivated this fellow. >> that could insure a he will not seek an easy day anytime soon. the author says and does not violate any secrecy or information that would put his colleagues at risk. danielle leigh, wbal tv 11 news. >> still ahead, a case of stolen
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coddle -- cattle. >> find out what happened and where they ended up. >> the delegates to the democratic national convention are getting down to business. are getting down to business.
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>> some 800 firefighters are battling this blaze east of los angeles. you can see the flames from above burning overnight. five firefighters have suffered minor injuries and is boiled to hiking plans for thousands. inclines and heat are making about a more difficult. firefighters say the acreage did not increase over night and is still at 3,600 acres. >> nearly 50 cows have been stolen from a farm in massachusetts.
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39 of them were found 350 miles away from home in pennsylvania. police received a tip that were coming to the stable where the cattle would have been auctioned for $50,000. the owner drove to claim them on monday. no arrests have been made but it will not be long. >> they have to know who dropped them off. they have the information. >> about 10 are still unaccounted for. >> live with kelly is now love -- live with kelly and michael. he makes his debut today as the permanent co-host. replaces regis philbin adding his name to the title. he was one of several men to get tryouts as the show rotated several replacements since the last laugh november. you could watch it weekdays at
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10:00 right here. >> i think it will be amazing. i have seen him and he is really funny and clever. i love him. she is tiny and he is great big. a message tonight from officials when it comes to the price of food. >> we could be in for a food price catastrophe. but they say needs to be done to avoid the crisis. >> filling up will going to cost you. more on how long this spike will last. >> a few scattered showers and thunderstorms. thunderstorms. and also in the but it'll become so much more. a new world-class resort casino in maryland.
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. >> coming up, the handling of a domestic violence case lance a judge in hot water. what got him in trouble. martin o'malley will take stage as the democratic convention gets underway. we will have a preview. these stories and much
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>> pump price speak. -- peak. >> nikole is in washington with more on the fuel surge. >> right now the national average for a gallon is $3.82, the highest ever on record for this day.
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filling up is not so fine. >> it is like $100. >> he was not lying. >> what is the final number? >> $89. that is my tertiaries for two weeks. >> not much better for this person who filled out before going home to new york. >> pennsylvania, it is definitely in the high four dollar range. >> what is behind the sticker shock? >> every week something new is driving up gas prices. a fire on the west coast, a pipeline closure, or a hurricane. >> with some refineries starting to come back on line. motorists may soon catch a break. >> when the price drop happens, we do not know but we can save by the end of the month, the price will be less than it is
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today. >> he says they could have consequences for the election. >> the president said he is facing election in the last thing he wants his high gasoline prices. the higher they stay the more it will affect him. when people feel poor, they want change. >> some of the drivers we spoke to say prices are an issue for them. though they are not necessarily a top idea. >> now your 11 insta-weather plus forecast with tom tasselmyer. >> a few isolated showers to contend with. most areas are dry but if you get underneath one of the storms, they can produce a lot of rain. one of them is moving up interstate 95. it is now going up through white marsh and a couple of parts of perry hall and eastern hartford county.
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it has been holding together well. no lightning but there are some strikes around philadelphia, an indication of the instability. we might see a thunderstorms across central maryland during the evening. so far, a trace of precipitation. we have had about a third of an inch. there have been areas in and around the region that have had 2.5 inches of rain. this is not necessarily indicative of the region. it is just this location. for the year, we are 5.5 inches below normal. the high today almost to the 90 mark. 89 at the airport. the average is 82. 90 right now in downtown baltimore. the eastern shore. it is a very muddy out there. it will stay warm overnight.
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the potential for a scattered showers through the night at any time and a little patchy fog will likely form during the overnight hours. tropical moisture into the mid- atlantic and it is slow to get out of here. we will hoping we can kick some of this stuff out of here. it will take a couple of days for the front to get here and it will enhance their chances for showers and storms. winded 5-10. on the day tomorrow, keep an eye on the sky. the wind will be brisk out of the south, especially during the first part of the day. the western maryland mountains, a chance for a shower on tuesday and wednesday. highs within a couple of degrees of 80. on the eastern shore, near 90 degrees. and down on the eastern shore, including ocean city, high temperatures in the 80's. a couple of systems to watch.
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the biggest one is leslie which will become a hurricane toward hamilton, bermuda by sunday afternoon with 100 mile an hour winds. that is a threat to bermuda. right now it is a tropical storm at 3 miles an hour but expected to accelerate. and tropical storm michael form today and it will not get near any major land areas. the seven day forecast, temperatures are warm. the humidity levels stay high, around 90. some thunderstorms. the weekend is warm with showers and grievance football returns next monday. -- ravens football returns next monday. >> skyrocketing food prices have officials with three agencies urging leaders to take coordinated action. the concern is we are headed
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toward a catastrophe akin to that of 2007. coble alarm has escalated as droughts in the u.s. have sent grain prices to record highs. now the agencies are demanding that leaders tackled the immediate issue of high prices as well as the long-term issue of how food is produced and consumed. officials say the wait for september's report before deciding to take action on the issue. if you want to save some money and still get fresh produce from near farmers' market, we have some tips from you. you need to go early. that is when you will find the best selection, which is important if you want something in season. if you go toward the end of the day, that is when farmers give discounts. the more often you buy from a farmer, the better your chances of getting the deal. >> i think you get a better deal here than at a supermarket.
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i think berries are expensive. organic eggs are more expensive. >> you can follow your favorite farmers by social media and remember where your dollar goes at a shopper mark -- at a farmers' market. farmers may need all the help they can get. cells of milk are at their lowest levels in 30 years. 6 billion gallons were sold last year, less than half from the early 1980's. experts say people are drinking more sports drink and water and tea. yogurts and other products have offset the sinking nokes else. when was the last time you -- sinking milk sales. when was the last time you set in e-mailed? that is a tool that helped
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revolutionize the phone business. the number of voice mail messages on user count was down 8% in july from a year ago. retrieve to voice-mail fell 14% in the same period. >> a judge accused of mishandling a cast of domestic violence. jim miller is on the case. she has details on the comments that got him in trouble. >> ravens players are making a lot of folks happy. that story, coming up.
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>> for ravens players, today is their day off. others like to get out in the community. getting back is important to them and today they made a lot of fans very happy. >> our you doing? >> for some check card holders, today was they're lucky day. not only did they get free tickets to monday's game, but they were delivered by a rate rise. -- by ray rice. >> it is great to give somebody tickets to the game.
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obviously you can thank them for that. me being a partner with them, they get to see me. you know what? it is great. they get to see me at their normal attire. on monday night, i am going to be a different person. >> it was a nice surprise for 10 lucky winners. they got tickets, a football, and their picture taken with r ay. >> it is nice teammate time to come down here. >> rate was was also in the community at the -- ray lewis was also in the community. he is always smiling.
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>> just to make them smile, the bottom line. >> nice to see you are around children. all you would do is smile. >> life offers so many things. why not smile? >> this was quite the event. >> for someone of his character to come here and congratulate them for all they do on a daily basis is phenomenal. >> one of the students here thinks that ray lewis is the best. >> he is the best raven's ever. >> that little man is the best ever. that is all for us at 5:00. >> a judge taken off the bench. hear what he said that got him in trouble.
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>> adel katz of the democratic national convention are getting down tube -- of the delegates of the democratic national convention are getting down to business. >> that story, coming up. >> you are watching wbal tv 11. live, local, late breaking. this is 11 news at 6:00 p.m. [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] >> a judge is in hot water because of the way he treated a woman in a domestic violence case. >> it is double trouble because of what he did several years ago. jeanne miller has this story and the actual recording of what the judge said. >> he was removed from the bench pending a review of